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Common, Proper, and Possessive Nouns (Grade 1)

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Common, Proper, and Possessive Nouns

1. 
Identify the nouns in all caps as common or proper.

The BOOKS belong to Mrs. Johnson.
  1. Common
  2. Proper
2. 
Identify the noun in all caps as common or proper.

The car belongs to MR. HENRY.
  1. Common
  2. Proper
3. 
Identify the noun in all caps as common or proper.

Let's go to a RESTAURANT for dinner.
  1. Common
  2. Proper
4. 
Let's go to a restaurant for dinner.
In the sentence above, the word let's is a possessive noun.
  1. True
  2. False
5. 
Rewrite the sentence so that it contains a possessive noun.

The Ford Focus belongs to Mr. Henry.



6. 
Rewrite the sentence so that it contains a proper noun.

Let's go to a restaurant for dinner.



7. 
Rewrite the sentence so that it does not contain a proper noun.

Those are Mrs. Johnson's books.



8. 
Rewrite the sentence so that that the common noun is a proper noun.

The car belongs to Mr. Henry.



9. 
Rewrite the sentence so that it contains a possessive noun.

The books belong to Mrs. Johnson.



10. 
Write a sentence that contains at least one common noun, one proper noun, and one possessive noun. Identify which is which.



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